Galaxy S II Epic 4G Touch
Similar to the Skyrocket, Apple is pointing to the infringement of just one of its design patents with Samsung's Galaxy S II Epic 4G Touch as a reason to ban the device. Damages-wise, the Epic racked up $100.3 million, coming in as the third-most costly of all the infringing devices.
From our 2011 review:
- Overall score: 8.7 (4.0 stars)
CNET Editors' Rating
Average User Review
out of 4 user reviews
Starting at: $394.99
The good: The Samsung Epic 4G Touch boasts a large and bright 4.5-inch Super AMOLED Plus display. With a dual-core 1.2GHz processor, the Android smartphone is fast and 4G-capable. Camera quality is also excellent.
The bad: Call quality could be better. The phone is large and has a plastic build.
The bottom line: The Samsung Epic 4G Touch offers speedy performance, a beautiful screen, and a great multimedia experience to make it one of Sprint's top Android phones, but its large size won't be for everyone.
August 27, 2012 12:11 PM PDT
Photo by: Apple
| Caption by: Josh Lowensohn
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